To live in Portugal still is, sometimes, to be “last in line”. Despite all the universe of startups and the desire to see unicorns in our front yard, we still are eating yesterday’s bread on many topics. We have it all on the information front: Google, Amazon, Netflix (a Portuguese version of it, try the American catalog to see the difference), We can subscribe to Wired on the iPad, and do all of “what it takes” to be in that modern moment. But in most cases, we aren’t. We stay in the corner, too fearful to risk, too small to have a voice.